One Night In Bangkok … Murray Head

By | December 2, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtYArD7cg2Q&feature=watch_response ******************************************************************** It’s about a snobby, i…

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24 thoughts on “One Night In Bangkok … Murray Head

  1. Humphrey Chimpden Earwicker

    “But man is a frivolous and incongruous creature, and perhaps, like a chess
    player, loves the process of the game, not the end of it.”
    Notes from the Underground by Dostoyevsky
    *Paul Keres* ( *January 7* , 1916 – June 5, 1975), was an Estonian chess
    grandmaster, and a renowned chess writer. He was among the world’s top
    players from the mid-1930s to the mid-1960s.
    He was nicknamed “Paul the Second”, “The Eternal Second” and “The Crown
    Prince of Chess”. Keres was the only player in chess history to defeat nine
    undisputed world champions.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Keres
    Chess World.net: Paul Keres – the crown prince of Chess vs the World
    champions

  2. Radoslav Dejanović

    In 1985, Thailand’s Mass Communications Organization banned One Night in
    Bangkok, saying its lyrics “cause misunderstanding about Thai society and
    show disrespect towards Buddhism.”[2] (Wikipedia)

    It’s a song about – chess. It’s hinting on western view of Thailand and its
    night life in a dialogue of one chess lover and one nightlife afficionado,
    so I guess that was the reason it was banned there. Thais are quite a nice
    and polite people, so there had to be something really insulting in lyrics
    for them to ban the song.

    And, given the fact that we were visiting Thailand at a time when
    temperatures reached 39 degrees Celsius (102 Fahrenheit) and spent whole
    days walking around and visiting temples, I beg to change the lyrics of the
    song to this:

    “Siam’s gotta be the witness
    To the ultimate test of cardiovascular fitness”

  3. E Chu

    So 80s and so genuine. Still true today. I can see the devil walking next
    to me.

  4. Luis D Perez

    YOU need to be dead to don’t love that song♥★

  5. Sandra Henretty

    This song is my favorite I can listen to it over and over again

  6. FUCK YOU

    I estimate you two are 11 years apart and have both hit that ‘everything
    new sucks’ phase.

  7. Julhy Gonçalves

    Cool, but I prefer Mike Tyson version hehehe

  8. Sarah V

    This is exactly what people were saying about this kind of music 30 years
    ago.

  9. ChristianFirefighter

    Pray the Holy Rosary, he will retreat …

  10. greystarful

    Thailand ist echt crazy, wo warst du überall? 🙂

  11. Henry Greville

    Such imagination…. if only bankok was real place… what magic

  12. Fran ziskaner

    I love Thailand, yesterday I asked a band to play this song down in Bkk,
    just amazing, never want leave this city…

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